List of Domain Brokers

Domain brokers and domain brokerages are responsible for facilitating millions of dollars of domain name sales each year. A domain name broker can either help a domain owner find a buyer, assist a domain buyer’s acquisition effort, or work as a third party to successfully negotiate the close of a domain sale. This list of domain brokers may be helpful to someone looking to work with a broker on selling a domain name.

If you are looking for more general information about what a domain broker does and how a broker can help, you may be interested in reading this handy domain broker guide. If you are already knowledgable about the services offered by a domain broker or brokerage, you can see a list of domain brokers and services below.

Some of the brokers and companies on the list offer private / anonymous domain acquisition services, some have a periodic domain sales newsletter, and others work on behalf of a domain owner to sell a domain name. Be sure you are familiar with the domain broker’s policies and price structure prior to engaging the broker for services. Most domain brokers work on a sales commission basis, meaning they are paid a percentage of the sale price.

Domain Brokers and Brokerage Services (alphabetical order):

It would be worthwhile to familiarize yourself with the Internet Commerce Association’s statement of best practices for domain name brokers. You may even want to ask your broker to represent in writing that he or she will abide by the ICA’s broker best practices.

This may only be a partial list of domain brokers that I know about, and there is no fee to be listed. I do not endorse any domain brokers or brokerages, and I cannot be held responsible for any dealings with a domain broker or other domain name service or company. This list is for informational purposes only. Always do your due diligence before hiring a domain broker and be sure to use a licensed escrow service to transact, even if a domain broker is used to sell or buy a domain name.